Binangonan and Angono are two neighboring towns in Rizal Province with intertwining history and culture. Most locals have familial and economic relations in both towns. If you are going to Rizal, make sure you explore both Binangonan and Angono. Here are our Top 5 Must-Dos when in Binangonan and Angono.
1.) Enjoy The Sunset and The Metro Manila Skyline
On top of the hilly part of Binangonan, there are many cafes located in Eastridge Executive Village. One of our top recommends is Coffee Rush Binangonan which offers you one of the priceless views of The Sunset and Metro Manila skyline while enjoying authentic coffee with your family and friends. DM them on their facebook or instagram or call 09688855517 for your reservation inquires. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
Just few hours away from Metro Manila, Angono and Binangonan can be your next getaway from the noise of the city. One of our top recommends is an Airbnb called Coffee Rush Twin House. It is situated on a hilly subdivision, surrounded by lush greenery, sunlight and refined neighbors. One of the top highlights would be their coffee bar area with its own industrial espresso machine, breakfast buffet, and artworks around the property. DM them on their Facebook or Instagram or contact 09178924212 or email email@example.com (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
3.) Angono-Bingangonan Petroglyphs
Prehistoric rock carvings, said to be the oldest known work of art in the Philippines, are found in what used to be known as the Layang-Layang Cave, near Gulod ng Dayap in the mountains of Angono (actually part of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range). Below photos were taken from Binangonan’s Local Tourism website and from the National Museum of the Philippines’s website.
4.) Art Museums
There are many art museums located in these towns. Some of the famous museums are The Second Gallery, The Blanco Family Museum, Tiamson Art Gallery, Art Sector Gallery and Hello Kitty Museum.
5.) Natural Attractions
Some of the Natural Attractions that you can visit here are Mount Tagapo Nature Park and Puente del Diablo. Below photos were taken from Binangonan’s Local Tourism website.